Category Archives: Civil War Spies

Good Friday: The Day Lincoln Died

       Today is the day that Lincoln died. It was on April 14, 1865—another Good Friday to be precise—that Abraham Lincoln, our sixteenth President, was murdered in cold blood.  Young Mary Brennan, an Irish immigrant only recently arrived to … Continue reading

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Ambrose Bierce: Spymaster?

Having spent the last several years researching, then writing, about noted American author Ambrose Bierce’s wartime service during the Civil War, one would think by now that I had uncovered all there was to know about the man noted for … Continue reading

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The Lincoln Assassination Plots, Part 1

Part 1: The Unindicted Co-Conspirators In The Paranormal Presidency of Abraham Lincoln, I document in great detail Abraham Lincoln’s lifelong fatalism as well as incidents which he experienced that led him to believe he would not survive alive his Presidency.  This ground-breaking … Continue reading

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